Chahrazed Boudani

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In Australia, no right pass for environmental activists

After the creation of the new law in the State of New South Wales, life of climate activists is no longer a long quiet river. In the face of the multiplication of militant actions, state governments have decided to act. Now every blocking by activists can be sanctioned but it hasn't stop everyone.
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The death of Jiang Zemin, an immense pain for China 

Former president of China from 1993 to 2003, Jiang Zemin died on Wednesday , the 30th of November at 96 years old. He did not survive his leukemia. Tuesday 6th December, a commemorative ceremony took place. A national union that shows the important role of this man.
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The Philippines : an unsafe country for journalists

Percy Mabasa, a radio journalist was killed on the 3rd of October 2022, in a southern neighborhood of Manilla. One month later, the police accused the director of a jail named Gerald Bantag, to be responsible of this act. This news questions the safety of journalists in this country.
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Demonstrations against abortion in France, towards a return to the past

Four months after the decision of the Supreme Court in the United States, many demonstrations have been held in France. Until now, demonstrations were in favor of abortion but Sunday 2nd October 2022, in Lyon hundreds of people gathered against the abortion law. Is this movement the beginning of a schema of what happened in several countries like the USA ?
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Giorgia Meloni’s election : new intentions for the EU?

With a majority loud and clear, Giorgia Meloni and her political party called “Fratelli d’Italia” won the legislative elections this Sunday 25th of September 2022. This victory raises one principal question, will the far right change Italy's relationships with Europe ?